90 days from today is Sat, 26 December 2020
19 September 2018
West Midlands Police Federation representative Peggy Lamont has been elected as a member of the new Police Federation National Board and will be the Police Federation of England and Wales equality lead.
This means Peggy will relinquish her local role.
She will join 23 other representatives from across England and Wales as part of the first Police Federation National Board, which is designed to lead and run the Federation and to make policy decisions.
Peggy said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the branch and believe I have achieved a great deal. I am ready to take on a new challenge and will continue to strive to push the Federation forward so that it keeps is members’ interests at the forefront of all it does and works in the most effective and efficient way to represent them.
“Despite taking on this national position, I intend to continue to work closely with the branch.”
The new National Board officially came into effect from 1 September 2018 replacing the Interim National Board (INB) which existed during a period of organisational change from 2014.